"Collide" as written by Matthew Tuck and Unknown Writer....
I feel the presence
Cold breath upon my skin
A tortured soul
That cries and begs for me
To let it in

It’s in the shadows
I can feel you in my bones
Just manifest yourself
And show to me
I'm not alone

Yes it’s me in the shadows
It will be on your grave
I want to feast on your spirit
I want to make you my slave

Cast you away
Leave me alone
Here I will stay
For the rest of eternity

When these two worlds collide
There’s nothing left behind

Cast you away
Leave me alone
Here I will stay
For the rest of eternity

When our two worlds collide
There’s nothing left behind.

I hear the whisper
This future just wont subside
This fight I wont give in
My minds become a battlefield

Yes it’s me in the shadows
This will be on your grave
My only goal is to kill you
I'm gonna make you my slave

Cast you away
Leave me alone
Here I will stay
For the rest of eternity

When these two worlds collide
There’s nothing left behind

Cast you away
Leave me alone
Here I will stay
For the rest of eternity

When our two worlds collide
There’s nothing left behind.

When our two worlds collide
There’s nothing left behind.

No
I wont go
I wont go
I wont leave

No
I wont go
I wont leave
You cant get rid of me

No
I wont go
I wont go
I wont leave

No
I wont go
You cant get rid of me

Cast you away
Leave me alone
Here I will stay
For the rest of eternity

When these two worlds collide
There’s nothing left behind

Cast you away
Leave me alone
Here I will stay
For the rest of eternity

When our two worlds collide
There’s nothing left behind.


Lyrics submitted by EpicNight13

"Collide" as written by Jason Stuart Bowld Matthew Tuck

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